On the Ides of March in 1989, Charles H. "Chuck" Norman paid $42,500 for a roomful of crypts nestled between a chapel and a hallway at the Calvary Cemetery and Mausoleum in north St. Louis. The names of Norman's parents, grandparents, brother and sister were affixed to the marble façades of seven chambers. He saved the eighth ground-floor... More >>>
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By Jennifer Silverberg
Buddy Arnold: Mr. Gilden will talk your ear off with tales of Chuck, if you let him.